We usually go to Tivoli (website with information here) and the rest, but this was my first time touring Carlsberg. They have stables and some beautiful horses, along with all the other displays about the history of the company, and are located in a beautiful area. If you'd like to go, you can get started planning a trip on their website here.
If you like beer, I recommend trying Tuborg. Can't get it in the US.
bikes, bikes, everywhere bikes
"Be yourself. Everyone else is taken." - Oscar Wilde
We bought pastries and coffee from Lagkagehuset (these are all around, including the airport) and enjoyed them sitting on benches with this view.
pastries at Lagkagehuset
poster at Carlsberg
the other little mermaid - at Carlsberg
largest collection of beer bottles in the world
boat rides at Tivoli
Madklubben inside Tivoli for lunch
shopping at Illum
I love the clothing designs for children found here. I bought that pink sequined ruffled skirt for one of my daughters.
The brand Wheat is another of our favorites.
at Royal Copenhagen
dinner at cafe Oscar
The well known Hotel d'Anglterre (est. 1755) has recently undergone a huge renovation. It is an absolutely beautiful hotel. Right across the street vendors were set up with tables full of old Danish silver, jewelry, Christmas plates and much more (I don't know the days or hours for this). I brought back three blue plates to add to my collection.
Some pictures from the second half of our Denmark vacation in the next post (Legoland, the Viking Ship Museum, and dinner at PONY).